Michael Zimecki is the author of Death Sentences, a novel based on a 2009 shootout between Pittsburgh police and a white supremacist, and published by Crime Wave Press in 2014. His novella, The History of My Final Illness, about the last 5 days in the life of Joseph Stalin, was previously published in Eclectica Magazine. His nonfiction work has appeared in Harper’s Magazine and The National Law Journal, among other publications.
Type of Writing
literary, fiction, historical, NF: history/war/politics, play writing, suspense, thriller